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“There’s lots to digest during this 11-song, 50-minute affair, but the bulk of these songs are palpable, but challenging, an odd counter-balance from one of the scene’s most unconventional bands.”

“With their third album Meet Us At The Southern Sign, French black metal band Glorior Belli has once again given the listener a VIP pass to a tour through the inner circles of Hell, with Satan as the head guide.”

“Glorior Belli have artfully corrupted the Blues with the Black. Their clarion call, Meet Us at the Southern Sign, is as much a journey as it is an invitation, so load up your haversack and hit the dusty road. When you get there, though, just be careful what you sign.”

“Just listen to the intro and the following main riff from "There Is But One Light" that would make Zakk Wylde jealous for not coming up with it for a BLS album and observe how well this works with grunting and the mid-song switch to more traditional Black Metal sound.”

“Glorior Belli has served up a mature album with evocative songwriting and atmosphere that stays true to the groundwork laid by earlier albums while successfully incorporating some fairly daring experimental elements.”